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UNESCO may ban tourism cluster in Kamchatka
By 2027, a volcanic resort should appear in the Kamchatka region with hotels, ski slopes and an environmental camp. This can be hindered by the status of the land where it is going to be built - in the region of three volcanoes, which are partly UNESCO sites.
As the KommersantGreenpeace Russia experts are confident that UNESCO representatives will not give a positive conclusion on this issue. In addition, environmental organizations around the world can rise with protests.
If Russia does begin to use specially protected land as a tourist site, it will violate the international Convention on the Protection of the World and Natural Heritage. All this casts doubt on the implementation of a large-scale project in Kamchatka.
About creating tourist cluster Interros Group of Vladimir Potanin and the structure of Sergey Bachin, the chairman of the board of directors of the Agranta development group of companies Agranta, recently said. Their investments in the project will amount to 15 billion rubles, and the total cost of the cluster will be about 39 billion rubles.